Matt and Christy Williams can't wait to turn their gigantic unfinished attic into a decked-out media room for movie watching and video gaming. Christy is tired of Matt taking over the television and is desperate for DIY Network viewers to find a solution. The online voters have created a top-notch media room, complete with a projection TV, sliding barn door and surround sound.
Ryan and Lillian Prince have had enough of their claustrophobic kitchen. Lillian loves to cook for her family but is seriously limited in their current space. DIY Network viewers have chosen new cabinets, countertops, floors, appliances, paint and a new sink for the Princes, and John and Joanie make the transformation happen, giving the Princes the kitchen of their dreams.
Janetta Jamerson moved into her house a year ago but hasn't quite finished settling in. The main problem? The master bathroom with a giant tub, wall of mirrors and carpeted floor. From a huge soaking tub to new floors, plus a swanky vanity, DIY Network viewers have chosen amazing new features for this desperate bathroom.
Mike and Elizabeth Plewniak's five kids have taken over the basement, and this couple is hoping to turn the chaotic playroom into an adult-friendly kid zone. DIY viewers have chosen new furniture and storage options, along with warm hardwoods and fresh paint, totally transforming this ugly room.
Joe and Liz Hamilton are stuck in the '60s-or at least their kitchen is. With the help of DIY Network viewers, John and Joanie bring this dated room into the right decade with new floors, countertops, cabinets and top-of-the-line appliances.
Lon and Sharon Mann have a chopped-up, builder-grade bathroom. Lucky for this couple, DIY Network viewers have designed a true master suite by choosing new vanities, shower walls and floors. John and Joanie knock down walls and pull the voting elements together in an overwhelming transformation that will make getting ready in the morning anything but a chore.
John and Beth Thurman want to bring purpose to their dirty, under-utilized basement. Beth wants a laundry room and John wants an arcade zone. DIY Network voters have selected carpet squares, light fixtures and cool accessories that will bring a stylish focus to this drab basement.
Vince and Angie Nicaud are ready to have a kitchen that works. Right now, the cabinets are falling apart, the appliances are shot, the stove doesn't heat up and the oven burns things. All Angie wants to do is cook for her family, and this kitchen is holding her back. DIY Network viewers have chosen new cabinets, countertops and appliances for the space. John and Joanie put the new features in place, making this a beautiful, usable kitchen for this growing family.
Joel and Stacy Lickliter's basement looks like a 1970s ski lodge, but they want to turn it into a classy retreat to entertain friends. With the help of DIY Network viewers, the dingy floor and ugly stonework is transformed into an unrecognizably sophisticated basement with new flooring, a classy tile fireplace and a giant shuffleboard table.
Steve and Renee Moldrup have an everyday, run-of-the-mill deck that's just not working the way they want it to. They would love to turn their weathered deck into an outdoor living room where they can relax with friends. The DIY community has chosen new decking, railings, patio cobblestone and more that will help to create a more inviting outdoor space.
Brett and Summer Tanhauser would love to spend more time in their outdated living room. But with the current dark and dingy wood walls, this space is anything but inviting. The DIY voters choose new flooring, furniture, paint and even stone for the wall and transform this ugly room into a decked-out space where the Tannhausers can relax and entertain friends.
Tyvi Small's living room serves as his man room, his guest room AND his office. The space is not functional for what he would like to do with it. The DIY community has chosen new carpet, furniture, storage and even blinds. John and Joanie put the new features in place, making this man cave the room of Tyvi's dreams.
Leland and Michele Murphy's unfinished basement is a blank space with a ton of potential. They have several ideas of what could be done with it, but the DIY community will have the final say. From a new ceiling to high-end furniture, the Murphys are along for the ride for this basement transformation.